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From Halifax (YHZ) to Deer Lake (YDF)

Aug 13, 2024

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CAD185*
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From Ottawa (YOW) to Deer Lake (YDF)

Aug 20, 2024

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CAD254*
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From Toronto (YYZ) to Deer Lake (YDF)

Aug 17, 2024

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CAD106*
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From Edmonton (YEG) to Deer Lake (YDF)

Aug 19, 2024

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CAD261*
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From Toronto (YTZ) to Deer Lake (YDF)

Aug 21, 2024

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CAD106*
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From Montreal (YUL) to Deer Lake (YDF)

Aug 10, 2024

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CAD258*
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From Vancouver (YVR) to Deer Lake (YDF)

Aug 20, 2024

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CAD415*
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Explore Western Newfoundland with flights to Deer Lake

Discover the beauty of Western Newfoundland's when you book flights to Deer Lake. Surrounded by lakes, rivers, mountains, Deer Lake offers fantastic year-round outdoor activities.

Start your Newfoundland journey at the highest peak in the province, the Cabox. This 814-metre mountain is part of the Long Range system of mountains that make up the northernmost part of the Appalachian Mountain Chain.

To find more incredible mountains, Deer Lake's surrounding provincial and national parks are waiting for you with plenty of outdoor activities. Both Barachois Provincial Park and Gros Morne National Park contain peaks from the 1.2 billion-year-old Long Range Mountains.

Whether you're trekking the forests on foot or exploring the ocean by boat, a flight to Deer Lake offers adventures for every explorer.


Things to do in Deer Lake, NL

Hit the slopes at Marble Mountain if you're flying to Deer Lake in the winter! Nestled at the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, the ski resort has 39 trails suitable for skiers of all levels. The resort's lounge is the go-to spot for apres-ski and live performances on select days.

In the summertime, soak up the sun at Deer Lake Beach or stroll along the scenic Humber River Walking Trail – along the way, you'll see interpretive signs highlighting the area's flora and fauna. You can also enjoy one of five sandy beaches in Newfoundland's southwest coast: Cape Ray Beach, Codroy Valley Provincial Park, Grand Bay West Beach, Millville Beach, Sandbanks Provincial Park and Piccadilly Park Beach. Feel like working on your swing after your flight to Deer Lake? From June to September, golfers are welcome to play at the Humber River Golf Club.

When you fly to Deer Lake, visit L'Anse aux Meadows National Historic Site, the first and only known site established by Vikings in North America. See remnants of an 11-century Viking settlement, interact with Viking re-enactors and learn how Vikings lived and worked here!

Experience 16th century Basque whaling traditions at Red Bay National Historic Site, a former whaling town. Whalers from the Basque regions of Spain and France established a whale port here to harvest and produce oil to light lamps around Europe. Visitors are welcome to see original artifacts, the tools and weapons used by Basques, and a 16th century chalupa.

Stretch your legs after your flight to Deer Lake along Bottle Cove Trail. The 2 km trail features boardwalks and paths offering beautiful views of the rugged coast. If you want to explore more of the Bay of Islands, visit nearby small fishing villages such as Lark Harbour and York Harbour.

Get spectacular ocean and harbour views at the Rose Blanche Lighthouse. It was constructed with granite found in a quarry just below the site of the lighthouse. Visitors can tour inside the lighthouse from early June to late September.

From May to October, see thousands of live and mounted insects, arachnids and arthropods at the Newfoundland Insectarium. While you're here, stop by the butterfly house to see hundreds of live tropical butterflies fluttering around! There's also a fully-functional glass honeybee hive, where you can watch thousands of bees working and foraging nectar and pollen.


Reach new heights with flights to Deer Lake

Image courtesy of Drew Kennedy

Gros Morne National Park

Go on a grand adventure at Gros Morne National Park when you book flights to Deer Lake, Newfoundland.

With just a 20-minute drive from Deer Lake, you'll find that Gros Morne National Park, the second-largest National Park in Eastern Canada, boasts a variety of landscapes such as fjords, forests, beaches, bogs and towering mountains.

Standing at 806 metres, Gros Morne Mountain is impossible to miss! The area's unique ecosystem allows travellers to experience the climate of the Arctic tundra, without having to travel too far north. Keep your eyes peeled for some of the local wildlife, from woodland caribou to the Arctic hare that make their homes along the mountain.

No matter when you book flights to Deer Lake, impressive hiking trails are available throughout the park year round. Walk upon Earth's mantle, normally found below the Earth's crust, along the Tablelands Trail – this easy trail takes you to unique landscapes and the peaks of Winter House Brook Canyon. More experienced hikers will enjoy the challenge of Snug Harbour Trail and its views of the 650-metre cliffs of Western Brook Pond Gorge.

After your daytime adventures, plan to stay the night at the various campgrounds throughout the park – you can set up camp along the shores of the ocean, ponds, lakes, or rivers. If camping isn't for you, head to Rocky Harbour, Cow Head, or other nearby villages, where hotels are offered as well.

Be sure to pack a camera on your flight to Deer Lake, so you can capture the incredible scenery to remember your trip to western Newfoundland.


Hit the trails after your flight to Deer Lake

Blow Me Down Provincial Park

Get ready to be blown away by the beauty of Blow Me Down Provincial Park when you book flights to Deer Lake, Newfoundland!

This provincial park gets its unique name from the Blow Me Down Mountains. Towering 650 metres from sea level, the Blow Me Downs make for a challenging climb after your flight to Deer Lake, even on calm days. The windswept summit of these mountains is accessible by a 16 km hike, passing the sheer cliffs and deep valleys that scar the peak.

If you're looking for a more leisurely path, take the Governor's Staircase. This nice and easy stroll after your flight to Deer Lake takes you through volcanic rock dating back 450 million years, sparkling with veins of quartz.

When you're feeling a little hungry, have a lunch break in the park's designated picnic area. And if you're interested in staying overnight, close to 30 campsites are scattered throughout Blow Me Down Provincial Park for you to pitch your tent. Wherever you lay your head for the night, you'll be treated to a stunning view of the ever-present Blow Me Down Mountains.

Your trip into Newfoundland's wild awaits at Blow Me Down Provincial Park when you book flights to Deer Lake.


Getting to Deer Lake Regional Airport (YDF)

Porter's check-in desk is located on the departures level.

Deer Lake Regional Airport (YDF) is about 5 km / 3.1 mi from the town of Deer Lake.

Transportation to Deer Lake Regional Airport (YDF)

Taxis
Taxi services are available for pick-up and drop-off at Deer Lake Regional Airport (YDF).

Deer Lake Regional Airport (YDF) parking

There are many parking options for travellers looking to drive to or from Deer Lake Regional Airport (YDF). Choose from short-term or long-term rates.

Great deals to Deer Lake

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Halifax (YHZ)

Deer Lake (YDF)

Aug 24, 2024

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Ottawa (YOW)

Deer Lake (YDF)

Aug 28, 2024

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Toronto (YYZ)

Deer Lake (YDF)

Aug 29, 2024

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Edmonton (YEG)

Deer Lake (YDF)

Sep 08, 2024

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Toronto (YTZ)

Deer Lake (YDF)

Aug 26, 2024

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Montreal (YUL)

Deer Lake (YDF)

Sep 10, 2024

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Vancouver (YVR)

Deer Lake (YDF)

Sep 23, 2024

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*Fares displayed have been collected within the last 48hrs and may no longer be available at time of booking. Learn more about this offer. Additional baggage fees and charges for optional products and services may apply.